For whatever reason, I'll go to access the SA pages on Unity, only to have it timeout and give me a "page cannot be displayed" message. It says at the bottom "Web site found, waiting for reply..." but it will eventually timeout.
This always coincides with the IIS service stopping and starting at random. The last error message that shows up in the event log is usually "IIS start command received from NT AUTHORITY." But, the SA pages always timeout after that.
I go to restart the IIS service, and it appears to restart, but all web sites say "Stopped." I try to manually Start the sites, and I get an error that says "Address already in use."
I know it isn't a problem with too many SA logins - I'm hardly ever in the box to make any changes whatsoever, and I'm the only one that has SA access. Here are all of the errors I get in the system event log; it repeats this cycle every couple of days, and I always end up having to restart the box to get into the SA pages:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID: 7031
Time: 11:36:56 PM
The IIS Admin Service service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 23 time(s). The following corrective action will be taken in 1 milliseconds: Run the configured recovery program.
Event Type: Information
Event Source: IISCTLS
Event Category: None
Event ID: 2
Time: 11:36:57 PM
IIS stop command received from user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM. The logged data is the status code.
Yes, they helped very much, thank you! I got the scanner, and sure enough, Unity is infected.
Now, my next questions is - should I install the OS SP3 from Cisco or just get the Microsoft patch for CodeRed? I'm leaning towards the patch - our Unity box got nailed with the slammer worm, and I remember deciding against putting SP3 and just putting the patches on because I couldn't find anything about SP3 working well with 3.1.5...
I would install Windows 2000 SP3 (from Microsoft) and all of the latest patches. If this machine has outbound internet access you can use Windows Update. There was an issue with TSP 6.0(1) and Windows 2000 SP3. If you are going to upgrade to Windows 2000 SP3 you should get the latest TSP (7.0(2)) as well.
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